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As European correspondent for a number of American newspapers during the 1930s William L Shirer witnessed at first hand many of the pivotal events in the buildup to World War II At the Nuremberg rallies when Hitler roared through the streets celebrating his newly won domination of Germany Shirer was there In Munich as Chamberlain abandoned the Czechs Shirer was there In Vienna during the night of the Anschluss in Berlin when Hitler loosed his Blitzkrieg on Poland and bega. Written in the 1980 s well after Shirer s place in journalistic history had been cemented with The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich Reads largely as an expanded annotated version of his Berlin Diaries which are at times extensively uoted Given that some of this material was also reproduced in Rise and Fall this is the third time reading it for the dedicated Shirerist This book covers almost the same period as Berlin Diaries the first fifty pages or so covering Shirer s early Chicago Tribune work in Kabul is entirely new and follows that text fairly closely primarily adding background regarding the nascent radio broadcasting industry some gossip about CBSHearst affiliates and a generous helping of leftist hokum that wouldn t have flown in Shirer s earlier rigorously journalistic work

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The Nightmare Years 1930 1940

His family as the world lurched inexorably towards war'More than any conventional history book Shirer's memoirs let a reader relive history' People'A superb journalistShirer was close enough to Hitler to feel the Nazi leader's messianic personal forceAn unusually fine book' Time'No one ever did to explain the rise of the Nazis' Barbara Tuchman'An outstanding achievement of journalistic history; indeed it is the best kind of accurate and absorbing history' Washington Post. For all of Shirere s academic restraint in writing the totally objective Rise and Fall of the Third Reich here he lets all spill out like guts on the floor He is 180 degrees opposite and resorts to name calling insults and strong opinions of the despicable Nazis he met and worked with while he was a radio correspondent there Interesting

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N the war Shirer was there Through articles broadcasts and translations of Hitler's speeches Shirer tirelessly tried to warn the world of the terrible evil that was growing in Germany The Nightmare Years a No I bestseller when first published in America in 1984 is not only the fascinating eyewitness account of this cataclysmic decade but also the personal story of a young American caught in tense and desperate times struggling to survive and provide a life for himself and. Very interesting book I ve previously read Shirer s famous book The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich I d also read his Berlin Diaries which was just the publication of the diaries he kept during the time period he lived in Berlin under Nazi ruleThis book falls somewhere in the middle It isn t just diaries There s of a narrative combining info from his diaries his own memories the book was written decades the Nazi era ended and information that wasn t known until after Nazi documents and other historical facts were learnedOne of the most interesting things about Shirer s works on the Nazis is the fact that he was there covering them observing them meeting them It gives him a perspective that you rarely get in historical works There s obviously a downside to that too but here I think it works well It s interesting to see Shirer and Edward Murrow helping to establish radio news broadcastsThere is a very short section at the very beginning where Shirer travels to Afghanistan This is interesting but given that the rest of the book is focused on Nazis and this is book 2 in his 3 book autobiography he should ve just put that chapter in the first book Complete Amber Sourcebook evil that was growing in Germany The Nightmare Years a No I bestseller when first published in America in 1984 is not only the fascinating Jadę sobie. Azja. Przewodnik dla podróżujących kobiet eyewitness account of this cataclysmic decade but also the personal story of a young American caught in tense and desperate times struggling to survive and provide a life for himself and. Very interesting book I ve previously read Shirer s famous book The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich I d also read his Berlin Diaries which was just the publication of the diaries he kept during the time period he lived in Berlin under Nazi ruleThis book falls somewhere in the middle It isn t just diaries There s of a narrative combining info from his diaries his own memories the book was written decades the Nazi Sweet Alien (Reestrian Mates, era Detective Wanda Wolfe ended and information that wasn t known until after Nazi documents and other historical facts were learnedOne of the most interesting things about Shirer s works on the Nazis is the fact that he was there covering them observing them meeting them It gives him a perspective that you rarely get in historical works There s obviously a downside to that too but here I think it works well It s interesting to see Shirer and Edward Murrow helping to Riverside. Sen w wysokiej rozdzielczości establish radio news broadcastsThere is a very short section at the very beginning where Shirer travels to Afghanistan This is interesting but given that the rest of the book is focused on Nazis and this is book 2 in his 3 book autobiography he should ve just put that chapter in the first book


10 thoughts on “The Nightmare Years 1930 1940

  1. says:

    I really enjoyed this breezy account of life as a foreign correspondent living through the tumult of 1930s Europe et al Shirer live

  2. says:

    Written in the 1980's well after Shirer's place in journalistic history had been cemented with The Rise and Fall

  3. says:

    Shirer captures this bewildering time I get the feeling he still was digesting at the end of his life the bafflement of the phenomenon such as the rise of the Nazis The movement was grotesue and full of buffoons and bully boys yet it captured a country and for a time a huge swath of Europe How do such mass mov

  4. says:

    This is a good read and taken for what it is part of Shirer's memoirs it is excellent If you are looking for a dry straight up analysis or history of the lead up to WWII this isn't it If you are looking for a first person I wuz there account from a guy who was lucky enough to be everywhere history was being made in Europe in the 1930s this is

  5. says:

    Actually I re read this book which I do periodically in order to remind myself of the whirlwind that swept Europe and Asia in the 1930s In the early thirties Shirer traveled and reported events in India and Afganistan Shirer lived primarily in Germany between 1934 and 1940 He observed as a journalist the appeasement of Hitler He observed the Battle of Britain from the German side and followed the German Army into France He was

  6. says:

    Very interesting book I've previously read Shirer's famous book The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich I'd also read his Berlin Diaries which was just the publication of the diaries he kept during the time period he lived in Berlin under Nazi ruleThis book falls somewhere in the middle It isn't just diaries There's of a n

  7. says:

    This book is an eyewitness account by former American foreign reporter William L Shirer of Europe and Germany as Hitler and the Nazis came to power and began World War II As such it offers some great insights into how Hitler twisted f

  8. says:

    While the first volume of Shirer's autobiography The Start is primarily personal the second The Nightmare Years has his personal life almost submerged in the events he covered as a journalist these being primarily the Indian struggle for independence and the Nazi rise to power in central Europe much of which was also described in his Berlin Diary In addition to his eyewitness accounts of political events he was also wit

  9. says:

    For all of Shirere's academic restraint in writing the totally objective Rise and Fall of the Third Reich here he lets all spill out like guts on the floor He is 180 degrees opposite and resorts to name calling insults and

  10. says:

    Although written by a journalist rather than a historian this hefty book does a great job of making history come alive in terms of both characters and events His see it now coverage of the making of the Nazi machine is priceless I

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